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at least a year. >>> the merger of u.s. airways and united airlines will create the largest airway in the world. some analysts say you could be paying more. frequent flyer dean kempsly isn't sure what to expect when u.s. airways merges with american airlines. it will be the largest carrier in the world with more than 300 destinations in 56 countries. frequent flyers from both airlines should keep their miles, but some analysts think this may not be a sweetheart deal for passengers in the long run. >> consumers end up paying more for tickets in general. they have less convenience because typically during americaners there's cutbacks in flights. >> reporter: the new company will take the american name and a brand-new logo. the ceos of both airlines will stay on board. u.s. airways chief doug parker will take the top spot. >> we'll work together to make sure we have a good transition. >> reporter: the merger will bring major logistical challenges. recent union of united and continental led to a spike in consumer complaints. this is the fourth major airline merger since 2008. >> i t
, washington. >>> the u.s. travel association has launched a texting campaign urging congress to fix the sequester and warning that starting next week, travelers could be looking at big delays. some republicans say that is an exaggeration. bruce leshan continues our team coverage from reagan national. >> nearly 2/3 of us already think flying is too much of a hassle. the u.s. travel association says the sequester is likely to smack us with even more headaches. >> completely unacceptable. we have to get it together. >> they are saying we can't prosecute them for a job not well done. >> travel experts say if the sequester cuts go through, you could just see a sea of red on these airport messaging boards. delay, delay, delay. it could you an hour to get through the tsa check points, 2 to 3 hours if you have to get through customs. >> is there any hope you'll solve this by friday? >> there's hope, there's optimism. people that say we can't do it. >> the transportation secretary says r 689 says $689 million in faa cuts will force them to layoff employees. tsa workers will face seve
police departments, u.s. park police and military special forces. >> we've had attacks at ft. dix, at ft. hood. >> reporter: at big bear lake a sheriff's deputy was killed. the ex-l.a. cop had extensive tactical drawning. officers don't always know what they're up against. in some cases shatters have had on body armor. about -- shooters have had on body army. >> our department has given us the equipment necessary with the patrol rifle program, things like that. some agencies have ballistic shields. >> reporter: plan, preparing and having the right mindset is hopefully putting them one step ahead. >> every two steps you should be looking back. >> when they come in, we want them to identify the threat, no hesitation, no panic or fear that, they've trained, they're confident. >> reporter: in temple hills, maryland, surae chinn, wusa9. >> officers in training today will return to their jurisdictions and train their departments. this is the fourth active shooter training school the county has hosted. >>> new information on the shooter in the university of maryland tragedy, dayvon green was
, including gun violence. derek mcginty is anchoring our state of the union coverage live from the u.s. capital. derek. >> lesli and anita, this will be the president's fourth message. what is new tonight, this is a president fresh off reelection at the peek of his political power. why there will be plenty of political theater tonight. the president's real agenda is moving his agenda. he wants to get things done. the economy and jobs, manufacturing, infrastructure. he'll focus on education reform and energy. the most controversial topic is likely to be gun control, where there will be plenty of guests from both sides of the issue in the house galleries and pointed out by the president as the speech goes on. that would be the political theater, i mentioned a few sentences ago. let's go to tara for the rest of our preview. >> president obama wasn't offering a preview of a state of the union address to reporters this afternoon. >> white house aides say improving the economy and creating jobs will be front and center when the president speaks to congress and the country. >> as he outla
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